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The objective of the <i>activités-nature </i>programme is to offer and promote educational activities centred on nature, the environment and sustainable develop...
Discover nature with all your senses at Haus vun der Natur, the nature centre in Kockelscheuer offering activities organised as part of the curriculum for Luxem...
Activities for children
Overview of the extra-curricular activities for children organised by CAPEL.
Back to school: going green
Think green: a few tips for making going to school more eco-friendly
Information and sign-up details for walking bus ("Pedibus") chaperones.
The childcare service voucher scheme (chèque-service accueil – CSA) grants parents reduced rates for non-formal education and childcare services, depending on a...
Cinema Paradiso – The Cinémathèque for kids
All the magic of cinema on the big screen.
Popular sports day in May for children and young people, which offers them to the chance to discover a range of sports disciplines.
CAPEL regularly develops educational projects for primary school classes under the remit of Luxembourg City's Service Enseignement (Department of Education), as...
Enrolling your child in school
Every child who reaches the age of 4 by 1 September must begin attending school that same year. Municipal schools are free of charge for children who live in Lu...
Foyers scolaires (Childcare Department)
Extracurricular supervision for school-age children (3–12) in high-quality care and support structures adapted to the needs of children and their families
How it works and registration
Following fixed routes, the Walking Bus ("Pedibus") operates across the city and collects children from set stops. To use this service, you must sign up.
Kanner in the City
Every year, on the last weekend in July, the city centre is transformed into a giant playground for children for the "Kanner in the City" festival.
Kockeldiko Nature Celebration
The grand nature festival, with its many workshops, stands and games on the theme of the forest, garden and more, will delight both youngsters and adults.
This programme includes outdoor and indoor games ("Aktioun Bambësch", etc.), creative, artistic and sporting activities, discovery walks and workshops, theatric...
High-quality care for 400 children from 3 months to 4 years of age during parents' working hours in 6 municipal crèches
Other activities for children
In addition to the activities organised by CAPEL, children who attend public primary school in Luxembourg City have access to a wide array of extra-curricular a...
Overview of activities
The activities centre on the forest, nature, life on the farm, gardening, and sustainable development. Whenever possible, they are held outside in order to give...
Public playgrounds, themed playgrounds and school yards. A hotline is available for reporting damage or other issues.
Promoting children's health
Health-related activities and initiatives aim to encourage children and their families to make healthier choices in terms of diet and daily activities.
Public elementary schools
Information on Cycles 1 to 4 and the guidance procedure for choosing a secondary education track.
RBC Race for the Kids
Fun run for children in October
Recommendations for parents
What should I do if my child is ill? Protect your child by getting them vaccinated, Getting enough exercise is important, Oral hygiene, Head lice, Multilinguali...
Registration and practical information
Information for children in Cycles 1 through 4 on registration, class schedules, guided study, school catchment areas and school trips.
Sports camps called "S.d.S. Sport-Wochen": 4- to 7-day sports courses for young people aged 11 to 17, with or without overnight stays, in Luxembourg City, elsew...
The City of Luxembourg gives grants to young people who are successfully pursuing full-time post-primary studies.
School holidays and breaks
The 2022/2023 school year begins on Thursday, 15 September 2022 and ends on Friday, 14 July 2023.
Every year, CAPEL organises and hosts a number of fun-filled, socio-cultural events for the general public (such as <i>Weltspilldag</i><i></i>)
Taking account of children's and parents' needs
Schools, childcare centres and crèches are places that provide guidance and direction to parents as well as their children.
The nature centre
Located in the countryside outside the city, the "activités-nature" programme welcomes groups from the city's primary schools to the nature centre in Kockelsche...
Let's work together to ease traffic and minimise the number of cars around schools! The Walking Bus delivers children to their schools under the supervision of ...